Black History Month 2018

Africana Studies invites you to participate in this year’s Black History Month programs.  Click HERE for more detailed info!   Black History Month February 2018 Theme: Reclaiming the Truth, Challenging the Narrative BHM Book: Buck: A Memoir, by MK Asante   Courageous Conversations: The “N-Word” Wed, January 31 @ 5:00pm in the Student Works Gallery … Read more of Black History Month 2018

MLK Day Marathon Reading

The Office of Civic Engagement and Africana Studies invite you to participate in a Marathon Reading of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King’s “Letter from Birmingham Jail.”  After King was arrested on April 12, 1963, for breaking Alabama’s mass demonstrations laws, he wrote this letter in response to several white clergymen who urged him to cease … Read more of MLK Day Marathon Reading

Spring 2018 Courses

Registration for Spring 2018 Courses is now open.  Contact the instructor of record for more information. 50:014:130 INTRODUCTION TO AFRICANA STUDIES General Education Code: Diversity (D) Monday 8:00 AM – 9:20 ATG-219 Wednesday 8:00 AM – 9:20 ATG-219 Prof: ROBERTS   50:014:200 PSYCHOLOGY OF MINORITY GROUPS General Education Code: Diversity (D) Thursday 8:00 AM – … Read more of Spring 2018 Courses